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Treating a Brain Aneurysm

Most brain aneurysm ruptures are unexpected. Once an aneurysm ruptures, you will almost certainly require surgery. The surgery will be performed by a neurosurgeon. All neurosurgeons are trained in the treatment of brain aneurysms.

The goal of surgery is to prevent a rebleed of the aneurysm. The surgery may be open or endovascular. Either type of surgery should normally be performed as soon as possible after the initial hemorrhage.

If an unruptured aneurysm is discovered, there are more options available to you as a patient. For further information, we also recommend this article about Cerebral Aneurysms.

In our area, the Neurovascular Program at the University of Pennsylvania is well regarded.

Visit their website

Some highly regarded neurosurgeons from New Jersey and Pennsylvania who specialize in the treatment of brain aneurysms include:

 

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